Zoltán Precsenyi

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Zoltán Precsenyi is a former assistant to Hungarian MEP Edit Herczog. Precsenyi joined the Communications/ Public Affairs team of the industry group European Aluminium Association (EAA) in January 2007[1]. As of 2011 he is a member of Symantec's European Government Affairs team, based in Brussels.[2]


Biography

According to a Symantec bio:

Zoltán Précsényi is a member of Symantec’s European Government Affairs team, based in Brussels. He is primarily responsible of representing Symantec before EU and national legislative bodies, government departments, authorities and international organizations. Before joining Symantec, Précsényi worked as public affairs manager for the European Aluminium Association, with a focus on European policy and law making in the areas of competitiveness, sustainability, industrial policy and standardization. Prior to that, from 2004 to 2007, he was advisor to a Hungarian Member of the European Parliament, mostly active in a variety of policy areas including transatlantic relations, innovation, intellectual property, and ICT. Précsényi holds a masters law degree from the University of Paris II Assas, and is fluent in Hungarian, French and English.[3]


Background

The European Aluminium Association (EAA), as explained on European Energy Forum website, "represents the aluminium industry in Europe, encompassing primary aluminium producers, downstream manufacturers, producers of recycled aluminium and national aluminium associations."[4]

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Notes

  1. Public Affairs News, February 2008, p.12.
  2. International Cyber Centre. Workshops, 2011 W.Prescenyi May 20 2011. Accessed 07/02/2012
  3. International Cyber Centre. Workshops, 2011 W.Prescenyi May 20 2011. Accessed 07/02/2012
  4. European Energy Forum, European Aluminium Association, accessed 17 March 2010.
  5. March 2010
  6. International Cyber Centre. Workshops, 2011 W.Prescenyi May 20 2011. Accessed 07/02/2012